Acute traumatic midbrain hemorrhage: Ropper AH, Miller DC Ann Neurol 18:80–86 July 1985

  title={Acute traumatic midbrain hemorrhage: Ropper AH, Miller DC Ann Neurol 18:80–86 July 1985},
  author={G. Estep},
  journal={Annals of Emergency Medicine},
  • G. Estep
  • Published 1985
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Emergency Medicine
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Traumatic midbrain hematoma in a patient presenting with an isolated palsy of voluntary facial movements. Case report.
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Investigation of the outcome in children with traumatic brain stem lesions with regard to initial GCS and morphological patterns indicates a correlation of outcome with initial clinical findings (GCS) but not necessarily with Morphological patterns. Expand
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Bilateral ocular motor signs after tentorial herniation in 25 patients.
  • J. Keane
  • Medicine
  • Archives of neurology
  • 1986
Patients with upper brain-stem damage after severe transtentorial herniation showed a variety of residual oculomotor signs, including pupillary abnormalities, ptosis, internuclear ophthalmoparesis, and third-nerve dysfunction. Expand